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Jhu’q:2226&alte'nat:33776 Made 1 News 1 Mum 1 939t® E IBUSOS300LF11F€ QUIZ 3 a Mozilla Firefox Whrch the ferrewtng rs true efaccutturatren? cheese ene answer A AH etthese are true I . r a Accurturatren rs trnpenant te heme ceuntry managers whe frequentry Interact wtth hest ceuntry nattenars x C Nuns uhhese are currect 1 D Ascutturatren rsthe precess by whrch peepte net enty understand a terergn culture, but atse medrryand adapt therr eehawerte make rt cempatrhte wrth that cuttere x E Cresssutturat hteracy rsthe first step rn acculturatren ,y Taxmuuk Reader page as, “understandrng New nurtures“ $3 rncerrect Marks furthrs submrasrun 0/1 The uncencreus use erene's ewn culture te hetp assess new surreundrngs, er usrng what yeu knuwwurks at heme and apptyrng rt aeread, rs knuwn as Cheese ene answer . r A settaReTerence Crrterren ,/ a nurturatonentatten )r c CrnssaCuHuTat Lrteracy ,y D stereetype ,e E Nene uHhEsE are cerrect a Textbuuk Reader page as, “Understandrng New nurtures“ Lecture ene Chapter 2A W Correct Marks ferthrs suhrnrssren 1/1 Reatrstrs stereetypes can he userut when cenductrng tnternatrenat hesrness Answer WE J ',‘Fatsex Scnpts and schema [stereetypest are ways peepIe acunumtza memerres and theughts, representatrens etethers, Retraere stereetypes can gwe managers rnsrght rnteterergn sutures and he herphtr when cenductrng rntematrenar eustness, They represent a hrst eest rrnpressren er peepre rrem the ethercurture The mere accurate the rnrermatren, the mere userur thehrst rmpressren can he Stereetypes can he had when theyare mrsused One wayte mrsuse a stereetype rs te assume that rt represents ah eTthe peepre aH etthe trme when actuahy at best rt may represent mest erthe peeple rnest eTthe ttme Managers must newthe peeple theydear wrth as rndrwduars whese hehanercan and wtrldrnertrern what rs expected They must rearn te take rn new rnrermatren and adapt therr ways uflhmkmg and hehayrng as they enceunternew srtuatrens The werst mrsuse er stereetypes rs when they are hrghry rnaceurate, renect a negatrue eyaruatren, and are adhered te rrgtdry, rrr \lil sTsuedu httes:rr eern srsu see/neareu zrrey eh. Jhu’q:2226&alte'ngt: Mum 1 News 1 Mum 1 Reatrstrs stereetypes can he userut when cenductrng tnternatrenat hesrness Answer WE J Fatse x Scnpts and schema [stereetypest are ways peeple ecenemrze memerres and theughts, representatrens etethers. Retraere stereetypes can gwe managers rnsrght rnteterergn curtures and he herphtr when cenductrng rntematrenar eustness. They represent a hrst eest rrnpressren er peepre rrem the ethercurture The mere accurate the rnrermatren, the mere userur thehrst rmpressren can he Stereetypes can he had when theyare mrsused One wayte mrsuse a stereetype rs te assume that rt represents ah eTthe peepre aH etthe trme when actuahy at best rt may represent mest erthe peepIe rnest eTthe ttme Managers must newthe peepIe theydear wrth as rndrwduars whese hehatnercan and wtrldrnertrern what rs expected They must rearn te take rn new rnrermatren and adapt therr ways uflhmkmg and hehayrng as they enceunternew srtuatrens The werst mrsuse er stereetypes rs when they are hrghry rnaceurate, renect a negatrue eyaruatren, and are adhered te rrgtdry, % tncerrect Marks furthrs submrssrun.Uf1. Whe rs the current Prrme Mrnrster uUspsn, rust erected rn August erzu117 Choose one answer. a. Junrchrre Ketzuntr h b Manntehan Stngh x .'r c Yusnthtku Neda J d Wen Jarbau 1 e Nautn Ken 1 Yushrhrku Neda was recentty (August 2011) erected te the ence erPrrme Mrnister (See updated Cutterat Wrndew (mt en Japan and first hnked news anrctet W cerrect Marks ferthrs suhrnrssren 1/1 The persunsrnssrmatmn medet reeks at rnhuences en hehawer Whrch erthe tettewrng characterrzes rts perspectrye en behavtur’? cheese ene answer . r A Internar rnhuenCes, cugmlmn and ernetren, erwhat‘s en the mm x E Externa‘ Cunstrarnts and faclhtahun, ur whal’s m Ihe enmmnmenl 1 C The tnteractren between thetwe, rnterachen between theughts and the envrmnmenl ; D. AH whewcharacterweme moder': deprctlon olmfluences on behavtor I E Nene erthese are cerrect ,e Workbook Page 111 and the cerrespendrng vtdea tecture Frum F'Sychulugy: the persenerneaesrtuatren perspectree wews hehayrer as the resutt er: rtr w IBUSOSZOOLFLIR: Qull 3 s Mozilla Firefox l El stsu edu https://ilearn stsu adu/mod/quiZ/revlewphp7q:2226&attempt:33776 - l 3 Realistic stereotypes can be useful when conducting international business. Mm: 1 Answer Tm J False x Scripts and schema (stereotypes) are ways people economize memories and thoughts, representations orothers, Reliable stereotypes can give managers insight into foreign cultures and be helpful when conducting international business, They represent a first best impression or people liom the other culture The more accurate the inroimation, the more useful the irst impression can be Stereotypes can be bad when they are misused One way to misuse a stereotype is to assume that it represents all orthe people all orthe time when actually at best it may represent most orthe people most orthe time. Managers must new the people they deal with as indiwduais whose behawor can and Wlll dinertrom what is expected. They must learn to take in new infolmatiori and adapt their ways orthinking and behanng as they encounter new situations The worst misuse or stereotypes is when they are highly inaccurate, vefiecl a negative evaluation, and are adhered to rigidly, 7 X incorrect Maiks Fm this suhmission' DH 4 Who is the current Prime Minister ofJapari, iust elected in August or 20117 note 1 choose one answer a Junlchlro Kolzuml ,y b Manmohan singh )r .:i c YoShiliiko Noda ./ d Wen Jaihao 1 e. Naoto Karl a Yofihil'iikn Noda was recently (August 2011) elected to the once or Prime Minister [See updated Cultural Window (2A) on Japan and first linked news article) w Correct Marks roi this submission in 5 The personsinsaituation model looks at inliuences on behawoi Which orthe loilowing characterizes its perspective on heltavioi" Mm: 1 Choose one answer .:i A Internal influenCes, cognition and emotion, cirwhat‘s on the rnind x B External constraints and iacriitation, or what's in the enwronment r C. The interaction between the 1WDV lMEIECllOH between thoughts arid ll’le environment a! D All olthesecharacteiisethe model's depictlon olinlluencea on behavior I E None olthese are correct r Workbook Page 111 and the corresponding wdeo lecture From Psychology: the person—in—a—situation peispective views behanor as the result oh v -@Islml® w IBU5033001sF11R: Quiz 3 s Mozilla Firefox l El stsu edu https://ileern stsu adu/mod/quiZ/revlewphp7q:2226&attempt:33776 l 7 To which value dimension does the ioiiowing example apply" Mills 1 "lri countries such as the United States, many workers believe they should be compensated according to their indinduai achievements, , in manyJapanese corporations, a person's compensation reliects the [work orthe)groupto which he or she belongs, not personal achievements " Choose one answer A Power Orientation ,r B Goal Oiierilation ) t: Uncertainty Orientation ; D. 'flme Orientation X .:i E Social Orientation J Workbook page 103 and corresponding lecture (Textbook reader page 72 and 75) "Social Orientation" "Social orientation is a person's helier about relative importance oHlie individual and the groups to which that person belongs , Individualism is the cultural beiierthat the person comes hist, Collectivisnl , is the belielthat the group comes first," sf Correct Marks for this submission in 3 lFari expatriate manager is sent to a culturally diheient posting in a subsidiary abroad, one which involves a high degree or interaction with host country stakeholders and where that interaction is critical, itcan be benehcial to be aware oFall orthe ioliowing Mills 1 enwornments EXCEPT Choose one anawei A Iriterririal: Mental or Cognitive; Personal )1 7 B. Philosophical and AniStlc at c Econornic, Political, Legal, Social ,r .:i D All oithesethese enwurnrnents can be relevant J _ E Religious arid Educational 1 F. Language ,i Workbook page 737 Lecture one chapter 2A W Correct Maika Foitltis auhmiaaion 1H 9 Japanese conversations are otten punctuated mm long stretches oi w IBUSOZEOOI-Flltt: Qui13 - Mozilla Frietox lfl sfsuectu httpsszrleamsfsuectu/mocl/qurzjreyrewphp?q=2226&attempt=33776 l —1—:r'—r' A Workbook page 7&7 Lecture one ChapterZA sf Correct Marks for this submission. 1/1. 9 Japaneseconveisations are otten punctuated wrttr long stretches of Mutts r Choose one answer. rin a groups of subordinates forcemlly dictating What Will be done X b silence where people are attempting to sense each others thoughts I c. yawning and looking at watches to checkthe time because the Japanese are very precise With time ,i d pushing and shoring fingers into chests I e arguing, interrupting, and emotional exchange of ideas until consensus is reached )i "it is during the silence in a conversation that the real communication takes place. Japanese conversations are often punctuated wrth long stretches of silence, but there is no need to feel these gaps. This is when you can sense the feelings and thoughts ofthe other peison. Just like the true beauty of the Japanese gaiden, the true meaning behind words will only appear rfyoii take the time to soak rt all in." (Cultural Focus (2A) on Japan, last paragraphl $3 incorrect Marks for this submission. 011. ll] Which of the followrng does not describe a cultural value? Mutts r Choose one answer. A. Values are difficult to change because they are ingrained deep wrthrn us. ,i E). Using the iceberg model, values are deeper in the icebeig, below the surface )1 C. People hold tewervalues than attitudes ,i rijr D. Cultural values are shared by most ofthe people in a culture, most ofthe time, but never all ofthe people, all ofthe time. X E. All ofthese describe cultural values I _ Workbook page 72, “A cultural value is a group’s difieiential response to a common uriivetsal problem." Lecture two ChapterZA "Values are differentiated social reactions to common human problems, shared by most ofthe people ofa culture, most ofthe time Values are haidei to change, we hold fewer, they are much deeper in the rceburg." X; incorrect Marks for this submission Ult. 17/9/2011 4 ...
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